Has been 18 days since French couple has gone missing from San Cristobal de Las Casas

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A couple from France mysteriously disappeared in Chiapas; her family has not heard from them for a month

A French couple has been missing since September 12 in San Cristóbal de las Casas, it is Assya Madjour and her husband Michel Amado, published by lopezdoriga.com.

According to the sister of Assya Madjour, she and her husband traveled to the Mexican southeast in search of a spiritual adventure

Likewise, he explained that the last thing that was known is that they were in the Magical Town of San Cristóbal de las Casas, but without knowing the name or the exact location of the place where they stayed.

Photo shared by Newel in the Facebook group "Travellers and Backpackers in Chiapas" (Photo: Facebook)

Photo shared by Newel in the Facebook group “Travellers and Backpackers in Chiapas” (Photo: Facebook)“Urgently, we are desperately looking for Assya Madjour and her husband Michel Amado, both French, we have not hadany contacth for a month. They are in Chiapas, probably around San Cristóbal de las Casas. Any detail can help us”

Desperate and fearing for her safety, Nawel hopes that they are in a place where they have not had a signal, so she hopes that she will soon hear from them. And it is that areas such as the communities of the Lacandona jungle, which is usually a very attractive destination for lovers of nature and Mayan culture, there is no telecommunications infrastructure.

It is worth mentioning that so far, the state authorities have not issued information regarding the case.

Assya Madjour’s sister, Nawel, reported the couple’s disappearance on social media.

“Urgently, we are desperately looking for Assya Madjour and her husband Michel Amado, both French, we have not had word of mouth for a month,” he said.

“They are in Chiapas, surely around San Cristóbal de las Casas. Any detail can help us”, detailed the woman in a Facebook group.

So far, no authority in the state of Chiapas has spoken about the disappearance of these French citizens. 

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